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Midnite Ramen



$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerSerious Take-Out Operation

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Midnite Ramen is a cart parked outside Figurehead Brewing that serves the best ramen in the city. Like the onomichi ramen, a shoyu broth with flecks of pork fat ethereally floating on top that distribute richness as you slurp. Or the wontonmen, which has the best of both worlds—long chewy noodles and delicately wrapped pork and shrimp wontons. Make sure to go for the chashu and spicy scallion steamed buns here too, made with the same chashu used in the soup and topped with a mess of chili oil-wilted scallion that adds a nice earthy tang. Order at the cart out front and bring your bowls inside the brewery for the perfect rainy Seattle evening combo: hot soup and cold beer.

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